At the suggestion of the county, I produced an in depth and comprehensive 10 Year Capital Plan valued at approximately 4 millions dollars. (In a future post I will highlight all projects addressed in the 10 year capital plan) Being non profit and open for roughly 6 months of the year, the club found it difficult to address certain capital projects without taking on too much debt. The county saw the golf club as a great asset to compliment it's parks and recreation facilities. The golf course is a big draw to both locals and visitors who can play a beautiful course at a very affordable price. Here is a list of accomplished projects with pictures and approx. pricing that have occurred since 2009:
2009: Re-shaping and Paving of parking lot & town water and sewer upgrades. (400K)
(See Apr. 24/2011 posting)
2010: 50hp and 25hp Irrigation Pump Rebuild (25K)
New Irrigation Soft Start System (26K)
Pumper Truck Irrigation Well Clean Out and Dug Out Work (9K)
New Tee to Green Cart Path Construction & Gravel (92K)
(See |Apr. 7/2011 posting)
Out House Septic Tanks (9K)
Stucco Work on the Club House (30K)
Barricades for the Parking Lot (12K)
2011: Re-Gravel Existing Green to Tee Cart Paths (19K)
Paving of #7 Cart Path / Access Road (46K)
Cart Shed Construction (53K)
New Maintenance Shop Roof Construction (16K)
Basement Up Grades and Carpeting / Pro shop Relocation Downstairs (12K)
|Pumper truck sucking out water well. 60 truck loads and almost 20 cubic yards of |
sludge and debris removed. No wonder pumps and irrigation heads were failing.
|Pumps and electric motors being pulled from pump house. |
Notice the clogged inlet screen at bottom of pump.
|Rebuilt pumps and motors being installed in pump house.|
|Dropping motors onto pump shafts.|
|Septic tank placed and ready to be buried. Out houses behind|
driving range tee, #4 green and #15 tee completed.
|GLBY paving #7 cart path and access road from club house|
to maintenance shop. (approx. 500 linear meters)
|Completed 8 feet wide path. Edges to be completed |
in spring 2012.
|Prepping and levelling base for new 30 x 80 cart shed.|
Approx. 105 cubic yards of gravel brought in.
|6 x 6 laminated treated posts and cross members in place.|
|Bottom framing completed.|
|Roof trusses built on ground and ready to be lifted onto cart shed.|
|Rafters being dropped into place.|
|All framing done. Ready for exterior cladding (tin), soffit work and garage doors.|
|Completed cart shed able to hold 60 carts.|
|Roof trusses in place and ready for tin.|
|Completed roof and they way it should have been done years ago.|